IDSAI Research Fellows
The Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence has appointed three Research Fellows since July 2019. The research fellows have split roles within the Institute; they conduct their own independent research alongside undertaking pilot research projects aligned to the aims of the IDSAI.
Dr. Oliver Stoner
Oliver joined the IDSAI in July 2019 following completion of his PhD in Mathematics at Exeter. Oliver is an applied statistical data modeller with a particular interest in accounting for flawed data.
Dr. Dmitry Kangin
Dmitry joined the IDSAI in August 2019 from his role as Industrial Impact Fellow at the Environmental Futures and Big Data Impact Lab. Dmitry's research interests lie on the intersection between machine vision and machine learning. His work is focused on reinforcement learning as well as on generative models for spatiotemporal signal prediction. He has also worked on visual object tracking.
Dr. Ravi Pandit
Ravi joined the IDSAI in July 2020 having previously been a Research Associate (RA) at the University of Strathclyde, with a PhD in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. His expertise includes data-driven frameworks for offshore wind such as big data analysis, condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, machine learning & deep learning and forecasting & predictions.